I stayed here last night with my family after a visit to Louisville, and had a great experience.
The house was built in 1832 and has been maintained very well. It is full of late 19th century furniture that appears original to the house.
Our room was very nice and had a large four-poster bed with high-end linens. We had a great night's sleep.
The bathroom reminded me of an older, but excellently maintained hotel. We loved the extra large towels.
Breakfast this morning was fantastic and used lots of local ingredients. We had homemade biscuits with local strawberry preserves, scrambled eggs, sausage produced in nearby Botland, and excellent coffee.
This morning, the proprietor, who was super nice, took us on a walking tour of the grounds which are very interesting. As a gardener, I particularly enjoyed his knowledge of the various trees, shrubs, and perennials, including a hundred year old grape vine. He also told us about the history of the house including an episode involving John Hunt Morgan riding his horse up the main staircase.
All in all, this was a great choice and I'd recommend it to others visiting nearby attractions.